Weekly covid-19 report: 988 confirmed cases and seven deaths

Weekly covid-19 report: 988 confirmed cases and seven deaths

Weekly covid-19 report: 988 confirmed cases and seven deaths

Weekly covid-19 report: 988 confirmed cases and seven deaths

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Today, 49% of the country’s CTI beds are occupied and only 1% are due to covid

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November 28, 2022 at 21:11

The Ministry of Public Health reported this Monday that in the last week there were seven deaths from covid-19 and 988 new confirmed cases.

In the weekly report, it is indicated that 12,334 tests and that 8% gave a positive result.

Today throughout Uruguay there are 1,026 active cases.

Today, 49% of the country’s CTI beds are occupied and only 1% are due to covid-19.

Over the weekend, the government announced that from March 2023 there will be a new reinforcement of the anticovid vaccine. It was reported that it will be done with Pfizer for immunocompromised people and over 50 years.

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